HUAWEI SA unveiled Huawei P30, a week after it was launched globally, for a reason that was not given.
The P series is well known for its innovations in photography and design, and its latest range looks like it will set the standard for the next generation of smartphones.
Packed to raptures the Kyalami Race track also had the pleasure of welcoming SA’s stars.
Yes, lately everything is all about camera, photography and stunning images -and P30 talks that language.
“Like its predecessors, the P30 series has superior photography and design hardwired into its DNA,” said Akhram Mohamed, Chief Technology Officer at Huawei Consumer Business Group South Africa.
The Huawei P30 Pros’s Leica Quad Camera System is a world-first for advanced mobile imaging technology. Inside the slim body of the Huawei P30 Pro is a 40MP primary camera with a Huawei SuperSpectrum Sensor, a 20MP ultra-wide angle camera, a 32MP front camera, an 8MP telephoto camera fitted with a SuperZoom Lens and a Huawei ToF Camera. The all-new sensor, lens arrangement, image signal processor (ISP) and neural processing unit (NPU) work in tandem to capture incredible photos and videos.
The Huawei P30, on the other hand, is equipped with a Leica Triple Camera consisting of a 40MP Huawei SuperSpectrum sensor, a 16MP ultra wide angle camera and an 8MP telephoto camera. The new sensors, lens setup, image signal processor (ISP), NPU and custom image processing algorithms work seamlessly together to enable sophisticated professional camera features.
Other Huawei brands launched on the evening included a new tablet, a notebook, and two new smartwatches.
Huawei P30 Pro R 18, 999
Huawei P30 R 13 999
Huawei P30 Lite R 5 999
All brands are now available at all leading cellular networks and new online store https://huaweistore.co.za
The evening also had the presence of Mamelodi Sundowns players’ skipper Hlompho Kekana (very respecting lad as his name suggest) and goalminder Dennis Onyango.
Posed to him jokingly, if he’s been approached to be an ambassador for Huawei- Hlompo laughingly asked why not, as he fiddled with the P30.
“This is gives us time to mingle because we no longer have private life, apart from football commitments,” said the relaxed looking Hlompho, as Downs’ prepare for another CAF assignment against one of Africa’s top side Al Ahly on Saturday.
Image (The back of the sleek Huawei P30 at the SA launch.)